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Thread: great sewing repair service-okc ok

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    Member speedyball's Avatar
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    If anybody needs service on their machine, try Dixon's Sewing Repair Service in north Oklahoma City. This guy is great, fast and doesn't try to sell you anything. He fixed my 1969 Kenmore with original parts, not generic, and in 8 days. He has been in business since the early 50's, and his son also works there. I'm not getting anything from this, just wanted to pass the word out there. Anyway, Buddy and me will be sewing today!!

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    Thank you for the great recommendation :D:D:D

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    I just love hearing about people like this. Real people who know what they are doing and appreciate the vintage machines. And to top it off, they offer a fair and reasonable price. How cool!!!

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    Thanks can you pm me with a phone # or web site Good repairmen are hard to find in Tulsa area.

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    405-946-5214. He works out of his house, has a workshop out back.If you are familiar with OKC, he is near 39th & North Meridian. Nice folks, has a sewing machine grave yard he uses for spare parts, I had to leave before I bought something else.

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    Wish that guy had a clone in Columbus!! Love hearing about people who do good work and don't try to do anything more. :)

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    glad you will get to sew ,while we are getting bitter wind chill will hide out later on machine enjoying sunshine and computer time now!!

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    THANKS >> I had a repair man for many years if MR BOB couldn't fix it then no one could. Was Blessed with him for 12yrs. He is dearly missed.

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